Point With Pride: Jan. 14, 1924

After a cursory view of TIME'S summary of events, the Generous Citizen points with pride to:

A man who—"criticized, maligned, condemned these many years"—holds in his heart "nothing but good will." (P. 28.)

The awards to Sam Higginbottom and Dr. Louisa Helena Hart. (P. 8.)

An iceman overcome by emotion. (P. 15.)

Proper development for giants and dwarfs. (P. 19.)

An honor for a witty judge. (P. 8.)

The dignified silence of Dr. Benito Mussolini. (P. 10.)

A determined little man who is a stable influence in American letters. (P. 12.)

A loyal subject of Japan. (P. 11.)

The passing of the New Year prophets. (P. 23.)

One cocktail the limit....

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